Sara Sutton Fell

Sara Sutton Fell

CEO & Founder of FlexJobs

Sara Sutton Fell is the CEO and founder of FlexJobs, an award-winning, innovative career website for telecommuting, flexible, freelance and part-time job listings, and founder of Remote.co, a one-stop resource for remote teams and companies, and the 1 Million for Work Flexibility initiative. She was named as a Young Global Leader (class of 2014) by the World Economic Forum for her work in technology and the employment fields. Sutton Fell is a graduate of UC Berkeley and currently lives in Boulder, Colo. Sutton Fell is also the creator of The TRaD Works Conference, dedicated to helping companies leverage the benefits of telecommuting, remote and distributed teams.

Managing the Invisible Worker
Managing Remote Teams

Managing the Invisible Worker

Business struggles to catch up with the exploding number of remote workers. Developing best practices now will see entrepreneurs ahead of the curve and reaping the benefits.
Office, Schmoffice: How 3 Big-Name Companies Succeed With Remote Working
Telecommuting

Office, Schmoffice: How 3 Big-Name Companies Succeed With Remote Working

The option to telecommute at least part time is increasingly a requirement to keeping talented workers from leaving.
5 Lessons Traditional Companies Can Learn From Remote Companies
Remote Workforce

5 Lessons Traditional Companies Can Learn From Remote Companies

To make working remotely a success requires improvements to communication and accountability that would benefit any company.
Collaboration Tools of the Most Productive Remote Teams
Remote Workers

Collaboration Tools of the Most Productive Remote Teams

Teams scattered around time zones and continents rely on communication technology that is no less of a boon in traditional offices.
Lessons From Companies Thriving With 100 Percent Remote Teams
Ready To Launch

Lessons From Companies Thriving With 100 Percent Remote Teams

Watching your team is no substitute for motivating them or building a strong company culture.
3 Reasons 'Casual Flex' at Work Doesn't Work
Flexible Work Arrangements

3 Reasons 'Casual Flex' at Work Doesn't Work

Companies need to seriously consider formalized flexible-work options.
How Telecommuting Reduced Carbon Footprints at Dell, Aetna and Xerox
Telecommuting

How Telecommuting Reduced Carbon Footprints at Dell, Aetna and Xerox

The three companies report impressive environmental results from telecommuting programs they also tout for employee retention and recruiting.
5 Companies Tell Us How They Retain Their Best Talent
Customer Experience

5 Companies Tell Us How They Retain Their Best Talent

World Travel Holdings, Aetna, Intuit, Kaplan and Fitwall share their secrets.
Lessons Learned From 3 Companies That Have Long Embraced Remote Work
Telecommuting

Lessons Learned From 3 Companies That Have Long Embraced Remote Work

Hiring and managing a workforce without regard for geography poses unique challenges but the advantages are compelling.
How to Create a Formalized Flexible Work Program for Your Company
flextime

How to Create a Formalized Flexible Work Program for Your Company

Employers that don't embrace flexibility in hours and working from home will lose good workers to companies that do.
Why Are Companies Still Avoiding Telecommuting?
Telecommuting

Why Are Companies Still Avoiding Telecommuting?

A growing body of evidence reveals big benefits to a formalized policy to accommodate, or even encourage, employees working from home.
Your Workers Want Work Flexibility But Companies Benefit Most
flextime

Your Workers Want Work Flexibility But Companies Benefit Most

Working from home often solves the dilemma of balancing career and personal life while improving productivity and retention. That's what companies want, right?
5 Ways Telecommuting and Flex Time Help You Recruit the Best Workers
Hiring

5 Ways Telecommuting and Flex Time Help You Recruit the Best Workers

Myriad technologies for working away from the office has deepened your talent pool to include the entire world.